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Comparison of subjective workload ratings and performance measures of a reference IVIS task
conference contributionposted on 2009-07-03, 13:02 authored by Tony Wynn, John H. Richardson
The aim of this study was to establish subjective workload ratings (NASA-TLX) for the ADAM surrogate reference task (SURT) and compare them to ratings of a test battery of real IVIS tasks while participants performed a surrogate of the driving task (Lane Change Task). The results indicated that subjective workload ratings were comparable for both the real and reference tasks, performance measures were significantly correlated with measures of subjective workload and that performance of the secondary reference task declined as task difficulty increased. Reasons for the pattern of results are discussed.
CitationWYNN, T. and RICHARDSON, J., 2008. Comparison of subjective workload ratings and performance measures of a reference IVIS task. IN: Proceedings of the European Conference on Human Centred Design for Intelligent Transport Systems, 3-4th April 2008, Lyon, France
PublisherHUMANIST Publications / © Wynn, T., Richardson, J.
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NotesThis is a conference paper. More information on the conference can be found at http://www.conference.noehumanist.org/